Your Advocate In The Courtroom
We have a comprehensive commercial litigation and civil trial practice. At The Paul Zilberfein Law Firm, we know how to litigate and try cases, which is an important distinction. Good litigators need to be able to see the field, manage incredible amounts of information and coordinate many essential parts.
It is important to assess your matter early to resolve it successfully. Because we have the experience and proven ability, we can envision the end product and deliver the results our clients want and need.
Litigating A Range Of Legal Disputes
Our litigation and trial practice covers a wide variety of civil and commercial disputes in both the federal and state courts. We are also well-versed in arbitration and mediation techniques, both in lieu of litigation and as a litigation strategy. The following are examples of litigation matters handled by our firm:
- Contract disputes
- Business litigation matters
- Mechanic’s lien disputes
- Unfair competition and employee disputes
- Commercial landlord and tenant issues
- Construction litigation
- Product defect defense
- Personal and property damage claims
- Administrative hearings
- Collection cases
- Valuation disputes
- Breach of franchise agreements
We also have an accomplished appellate practice. A successful appeals track record is essential and will ultimately create new law and/or clarify an unsettled area of the law. We are zealous advocates, but we are also counselors.
Risk management and litigation avoidance are at the forefront of our efforts. We offer in-house counseling to our clients in hopes of proactively avoiding problems that may arise concerning your business practices, contracts and relationships to avoid or reduce the incidents of litigation whenever possible.
Contact Our Legal Team
With one attorney, Paul Zilberfein, and two law clerks, we take a true team approach to litigation and appeals. In our case preparation, we leave no stone unturned, and we do everything we can to win our clients’ cases and to do so efficiently.